Ministry Vita

Academic and Ministry Vitae

Ed Glasscock, Th. D.

Contact Information:  75 Leonard Ct., Talladega, AL  35160   205-568-2805

Current:     Xdoulos Ministries

 Education:  B.A. Grace College; M.Div., Th.M., Th.D., Grace Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, IN

Additional Studies:  Florida Bible College, Miami, FL;  Southeastern Bible College, Birmingham, AL;

Grace College of the Bible, Omaha, NE;  Institute of Holy Land Studies, Jerusalem, Israel

Ministry:  Pastoral Ministry,  20 years;  Teaching Ministry, 18 years;  Xdoulos Ministries, 8 years

Non-Published Works:  “Evolution of the Church,” M. Div. Thesis, Grace Theological Seminary, 1986

“Moral and Ethical Responsibilities of Biblical Teaching,” Th.M. Thesis, Grace   Theological Seminary,1987

“Identification of the Nature and Recipients of the Post-Ascension, Pedagogical   Ministry of the Holy Spirit As Promised By the Lord in the Upper Room Discourse,“  Th.D. Dissertation, Grace Theological Seminary, 1991


Published Works:

      1983 – Article, “‘The Husband of One Wife’ Requirement in 1 Timothy 3:2,”*  in      Bibliotheca                                 Sacra July- September

     1987 – Article, “The Biblical Concept of Elder,”* in Bibliotheca Sacra January-March

*  These articles were later published in volumes one and two of Vital Ministry                                                    Issues, and Vital Biblical Issues, Kregel Publishing, 1994

   1997, Commentary on “Matthew” (600 pages) in the Moody Gospel Commentary series by Moody                     Press.  Published Fall, 1997.  Reprint edition (2005) Wipf & Stock. Currently being translated                     into Chinese for distribution in China by the Intellectual Resources & Consulting, Blacksburg,                      VA

   1998, Two articles published in Moody Magazine in the October/September  issue: “Mired in the                           Mundane,” and “Dangerous Minds.”*

“Dangerous Minds” article translated into Korean for distribution in Korea, translated into                            Spanish and republished in English by  Pathways Curriculum Studies

   2000, Six articles:  “Holiness;” “Idolatry;”  “Immanence;” “Immutability;” “Justification;” and “Love:”                     in the Evangelical Dictionary of Missions and Missiology   published by Baker Book House.

    2008,    “Forgiveness and Cleansing in First John 1:9” in BiblioTheca Sacra, April, 2009.

    2017     “Gospel of John,” in Survey of the New Testament,  Word of Life, Schroon Lake, NY.

    2019-20 (in process), “The Book of Leviticus, ” in  Survey of the Old Testament,  Word of   Life,                                 Schroon Lake, NY.

Pastoral Ministry:  1973-1993 Served as pastor in Alabama, Iowa, Indiana, and Illinois.

Educational Ministries:

     2005 – 2009  Faculty:  Luther Rice University

     2002 – 2005   Faculty and acting director for Post-graduate studies:  Central Baptist  Theological             Seminary,  Virginia Beach, VA

     1997-2001   V. P. for Academics, Southeastern Bible College, Birmingham, AL.

     1991-1996:  Faculty:  Moody Graduate School, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, IL

     1987-1991:  Adjunct Faculty:  Grace College & Theological Seminary (Doctoral studies)

Academic Administration: V. P. for Academics at Southeastern Bible College, 1997 – 2001

Academic Presentations:  “Incarnational Sonship” regional ETS meeting 2001, Memphis, TN

“Greek Intellectualism and Other Hellenistic Influences on the Greek New Testament”  National                  ETS meeting 2005, Philadelphia, PA.

International Educational Ministries: Taught and/or preached in: Jos, & Lagos, Nigeria; Vienna, Austria; Bristol, England; Toalmas, Hungary; and Kampala, Uganda.

Conference Ministry:  Pastor’s conferences in Louisiana, Indiana, Alabama, Lagos Nigeria

Bible Conferences in Indiana, Louisiana, Kansas, Alabama, Iowa, and Illinois.

Baccalaureate Speaker:  Southeastern Bible College, 1996




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